That’s not bad for a GLP. So either go with Julian’s option or make your own using the higher power module.Allow me to share an exchange I had with Laserglow back in December (ignore if you've already looked into this/not interested):
"Is it still possible to purchase a 473nm <5mw Aquarius? I see they're backordered and the price has gone up but are they still in production at all or completely discontinued?" (it is also completely hidden from their consumer listings)
Nicholas from LG:
"We can still offer most <5 mW pointers that we have in the past on a custom order basis, which would have a lead time of 4-6 weeks. Price for the 2 and 5 mW are $399 and $549 respectively,
plus we are currently offering a 30% discount all month on all pointers."
I then asked some further questions to confirm this laser is in fact a CNI GLP (ok, sure this was obvious based on the host, spec sheet that is identical to my GLP from dragonlasers, and previous knowledge of laserglow but I wanted to confirm anyway), to which he replied:
"Most of the lasers that are not the red or green models are made in partnership with CNI, so may be similar to other CNI distributors."
So maybe this could be a possible route to getting your 473nm GLP. I know you've been looking for a while, good luck!
Product datasheet: https://www.laserglow.com/img/specifications/GAP.pdf